So! Because I have neglected this blog for so long I don’t even remember what my last post was, I decided to open a new page in my relationship with this blog. And I decided (just now) to start this beautiful blossoming relationship with a story about my holiday. FYI, my holiday started from the middle of December until yesterday (Feb 17th). So, it was a long and boring holiday to sum up. HOWEVER! This time, I didn’t feel as bored as I was in my previous holidays. WHY? It’s because I have soooo many activities and it just didn’t really feel like a holiday at all! BUT, I’m not going to talk about those activities here. As you may already see from the title (IF you stumble upon this post AND unexpectedly you also fluent in Korean Lang, which I know is extremely possible seeing all these K-Wave), then you will know that I’m talking about TWO K-dramas that gives my holiday a spark. Yep, they were Reply 1997 and Vampire Prosecutor or Blood Thirsty Prosecutor.
First, I stumbled (literally) upon the drama Reply 1997 because of K.Will’s new MV ‘Please Don’t…’ In this MV, one the main character is portrayed by Seo In Guk. As to what the MV tells us, you can see it yourself. Just google it and VOILA! you have your video. So, after seeing that MV, a lot of people commented about how the story kind of similar to Reply 1997. So, of course like any other curious girl, I decided to google this drama and started watching it. At first it was because of this one character Kang Junhee (INFINITE’s Hoya) who is SO DAMN SWEET for his own good.
But, gradually this drama really makes me addicted. First it was because of the unusual theme which is fan culture in the 90s. This unique theme makes me feel like I can relate to it, because I was born in the 90s AND I was (am) also a K-Pop mania (ehemDB5Kehem). I can definitely relate to the main character’s feeling for her beloved Tony oppa and how her feelings must be when his dad doesn’t approve of her ‘hobby’. I went through what she goes through in the drama (well, perhaps not that extreme but yea…) Second, they also have a gay character here in the movie. It was the character Kang Jun Hee that I was talking about. I mean, it is unusual for K-Dramas to have this certain issue inside the story. Moreover, the one playing the character is an idol (Hoya). I think this becomes their unique point also (but I guess this is mainly because I SIMPLY ADORE JUNHEE! How could you not?! He’s sooooo adorable and nice and sweet and kind and and and….>__<). And the last point that makes me attracted is the way they tell the story. Suree, everyone knows that the two main character will end up together, but they make it soooo vague and that makes you doubt your conclusion of whether the two main character will REALLY end up together. I really suggest you see it for yourself and you’ll know what I mean. They just drive me crazy with doubts.
Next one is the Vampire Prosecutor or Blood Thirsty Prosecutor. Almost the same with the way I found Reply 1997, I accidentally saw one of this series’ episode in one of the cable TV channel. Because I almost finished watching Reply 1997, I needed new series to entertain me throughout the remaining holiday. So, after seeing that episode, once again I feel that this is different from other K-Dramas, so I decided to watch it and as the result –> ADDICTED.
Well, I guess that’s it for today. I can’t really say anything much for Vampire Prosecutor because I haven’t finished watching it yet (I’m watching season 2 rn) but one thing is obvious, I wish they will make a season 3 with Yeon Jung Hoon still as Min Tae Yeon. Loooovveee him as a vampire. Hahahahah….So, I think that is a WRAP! CIAO! See you in the next post! 안녕!!! ^^
P.S: Image –> not mine. Credit to it’s owners.